Businessman Jake Gottlieb Gives Back Through Various Charitable Organizations

Successful businessman Jacob Gottlieb Managing Partner and Chief Investment Officer at Visium Asset Management LLC, a company founded in 2005, gives back to various charitable organizations in the New York City, New York area. Jacob Gottlieb has become a very successful investment management business owner which provides the resources and financial backing to provide much-needed assistance in New York through multiple charitable organizations. Also, Jacob Gottlieb was awarded a Chartered Financial Analyst charter from the Association for Investment Management and Research. His professional drive has produced a track record of success from graduating from medical school with a Doctor of Medicine to becoming one of the more successful investment business owners in New York City. After a successful career as a business owner, Jacob Gottlieb has made it a mission to give back to the less fortunate in New York City. He has been heavily invested in a nonprofit organization called Covenant House that helps homeless children in the city of New York. He also has invested in Math for America an organization that helps to promote the benefits of mathematics to society and to the youth in particular. Another charitable organization that Jacob supported is the Robin Hood Charity that contributes to the fight against poverty in New York City. The Robin Hood charity provides resources to the poor in New York to assist them in moving out of poverty and into a strong financial standard of living. With a strong philanthropic heart for the less fortunate and a willingness to put his money where his mouth is Jacob provides the necessary assistance to really make an impact in the lives of others. Jacob has had a successful career as a business owner entrepreneur and physician that has given him a well-rounded perspective on life that few others have had an opportunity to experience. Jacob Gottlieb has developed a mental compassion for the less fortunate in the city of New York and began providing resources and financial backing for some of the more successful charitable organizations in the city.